Park Hills Country Club
March 2020 Newsletter
Last month’s newsletter article referred to a “behind the curtain look” of the restoration of Park Hills Country Club. So, let’s take a peek.
Kelly and Debbie Estes along with Tom and Kay Snitker purchased Park Hills Country Club in 2013. The Club had failed financially, and the new owners set about the business of restoring the facility’s physical and financial health. In 2014, Bill and Cindy Keller bought out the Snitcker’s ownership interest joining the Esteses in the Park Hills project.
To date, Ownership has invested a very substantial amount of money in the facility, restoring numerous aspects of the course, clubhouse, pool, etc. These investments are visible to the members and guests that enjoy them.
Not as visible is the fact that Park Hills members and guests are enjoying an experience that is not fully funded by the sales and revenues generated on an annual basis. Ergo, the efforts on the part of management and staff is to achieve the goal of self-sufficiency.
To that end, you will see a very modest monthly dues rate increase - $10 per month for golf members on your April statement.
One more note to the membership on this “reality check” expose. I had to convince the Esteses and Kellers to allow me to share this information with the membership. They are not in any way looking for sympathy or gratitude from the membership. They simply want to do their part to make Park Hills an asset to the community.
And so, on behalf of the Estes and Kellers, as well as Park Hills staff, and as always,
thank you for your membership and support of Park Hills. It is truly my pleasure to be entrusted with its management.
See you “At the Club!”